Rain Man is a horse of a different color in Hollywood. Autism is a disorder on the rise and many do not seem to realize that. Barry Levinson's dramedy Rain Man comes to help with that...well, somewhat anyways. Big business man Charlie Babbit (Tom Cruise), has just heard news that his father has just passed. In his will, he's been given his prized car and $250,000. When he discovers that his now-learned brother has recieved the rest of his money, he goes out to search for him. He comes across him in a special needs institute and "kidnapps" his brother Raymond for a higher sum of money. During that time period, Charlie learns more about his brother and brotherly love is formed. Cruise and Hoffman share beautiful on screen chemistry and the plotline is driven through both their actions incredibly well. The problem of the otherwise flawless Rain Man, comes from its interpretation of Autism. Barry Levinson takes many liberties tackling the subject matter and is about 50/50 throughout the film on accuracy (ex. Autistic's are not at all as OCD as portrayed by Dustin Hoffman). Despite that, however, Rain Man is a terrific film that should definitely be seen by all who need a heartwarming story.